Never given a girl an orgasm? This woman will help you

They’re a bit condescending

Two patronising sisters are touring universities to lecture useless boys on giving girls orgasms. 

Sophie and Alice Holloway are handing out a Guide To The Female Orgasm at Cambridge, Birmingham and Royal Holloway’s freshers weeks – and they plan to visit every uni in the country after that.

Alice and Sophie

Mistresses of tease wear, Sophie and Alice

The 10 page booklet – which will give instructions on making girls come – is part of their project Ladies Come First, which is absolutely not a cynical marketing ploy for their sexcessories brand Holloway Smith Noir.

The sisters, aged 27 and 29, say they want to change the fact that only 30 per cent of women orgasm during sex.

Tips on their website appear to be to mix Cosmopolitan-style cliches with clinical, technical instructions and abstract discussions about “arousal”.

One post, entitled 11 Types of Female Orgasm includes lines such as: “This powerful orgasm is achieved by using ancient Tantric techniques. It releases negative emotions and fills a woman with light, euphoric energy and a feeling of fulfillment and peace”.

Another, Funny guys on Cunnilingus features a video of two men chanting “Go down on bitches right”.

In a message on the site, they tell students: “Ignoring problems won’t make them go away, you have to be the antidote. Ladies Come First is going to empower people to have better sex, and who doesn’t want better sex?”

Sophie told The Tab: “We looked inward as to how we were going to change the world. It was very important that we would have a strong message and do something really good.

“The women we met in our work weren’t having the orgasms they wanted.”

Sophie Holloway

That’s when the sisters decided to teach young people on “how to have great sex”.

Sophie said: “We have passions for better sex education and to counteract the negative effects of today’s prevalent access to hardcore pornography and lad culture.

“We’re designing information for our customers to have better sex.”

The pair have yet to reveal what that information is.

The Holloways have set up a crowdfunding page to fund a uni tour of talks and leafleting, and they have raised £4,000 already.

They’re aiming to take their “femmcentric design ethic” to campuses and distribute their work-in-progress pamphlet, “A Guide to the Female Orgasm.”

Alice Holloway

The campaign is targeting students because “they’re at a time when they’re sexually active.”

Sophie said: “I would have loved this kind of information at that age.

“It’s been a slog but now we have a lot of support, also from older women for their daughters and their sons.”

Sophie plans on taking Ladies Come First to schools with Alice – they think four-year-olds should start learning about sexual relationships.

She said: “Classes should start as young as possible. When you’re four you should be learning relationship education just like Maths, English and Science, and slowly introduce in sex education.

“It seems weird that we learn maths and Algebra and, I don’t know, fraction levels and all those crazy things you need ridiculous calculators for yet we don’t learn about sex education.”

Ladies Come 2

Sophie added: “We’re not just sitting on our high horses saying you kids need to be educated.

“We could literally change the world here. Our big hairy goal, as they say, is to get better sex ed in schools.

“We’re on the cusp of something great that is genuinely going to make a difference.”

Find out more about Ladies Come First here.

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